Monthly Archives: November 2016

Cleo Lampos – Dust Between the Stitches

This week I’m welcoming back my friend, and fellow member of the Oak Lawn Writer’s Group, author, Cleo Lampos. Cleo Lampos is a retired school teacher with a love for history. After researching the Dust Bowl era for several years, … Continue reading

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Maggie King – Murder at the Moonshine Inn

This week, I’m hosting author, Maggie King. Maggie King is the author of the Hazel Rose Book Group mysteries, including the recently-released Murder at the Moonshine Inn. She contributed the stories “A Not So Genteel Murder” and “Reunion at Shockoe … Continue reading

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Marja McGraw – Having a Great Crime – Wish Your Were Here

This week, I’m welcoming back one of my favorite authors, Marja McGraw. Marja McGraw was born and raised in Southern California. She worked in both civil and criminal law, state transportation, and for a city building department. She has lived … Continue reading

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Denise Rogers – Murderous Emeralds

This week I’m hosting author, Denise Rogers. Denise Rodgers spent the first twenty-eight years of her life working in the family jewelry business in Metro Detroit, followed by another more than twenty-something years running a home-based advertising company that catered … Continue reading

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Kay Kendall – Rainy Day Women

This week, I’m hosting author, Kay Kendall. Kay Kendall is an award-winning author of two historical mysteries. Her second book, RAINY DAY WOMEN (2015), won for best mystery and best book at Killer Nashville in August 2016. It is the … Continue reading

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